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to heaven and all those in heaven are since march for the faith i have two types there's either for hatred of the faith the one who tells him it's a faith or for some virtue connected with the faith. those murders certainly go straight to heaven and not always recognize runaway but many of them have in time after an investigation >>> it's an exciting process and it begins on how did they come up with this? >>> there were the murders in the early church christians were persecuted in the early error of era of the church a line christianity practice that in the open there was a cult of murders that built the and people began honoring his men and women murdered for the faith in the and to build a shrine and even basilicas on their tune tombs so there is great honor paid to them and great devotion to these murders and then eventually some church control limit the bishops and it to look at the people more carefully to see the they did in fact, the lives of holiness the their reputed to have lived and later came intervention and a greater centralization of the process >>> has the pope always b
it go directly to have been and all those in heaven are saints were ordered for the faith. either of two types of martyrdom is murdered him for hatred of faith from the one who kills them hates the faith or sent for some virtue connected with the faith. so those murders certainly go straight to heaven but they're not always recognize runaway but many of them have been in time >>> it's an exciting process and it begins but had they come up with this? >>> as you say the murders in the early church christians for persecuted and the early era of the church and then it caused some teen edict of toleration of of christianity to practice up in the open there was a cult and mortars that built up and people began bothering these men and women that remark for the faith and began to build a shrine on their tombs so there is a great honor paid to them and great devotion to these murders and then eventually some church control that the ships needed to look at these people more carefully to see that they did in fact live the lives of holiness that their reputed to have lived. and later came greater
as compatible even theological description >>> the bible doesn't teach how the heavens go to to sue how to go to heaven. structure of the genesis account a structured by the cosmology >>> of the days of creation by god's divine word that whole take the view out of the context and put it into the big bang and evolution and cities to the ways god creates cosmology points per could point to beginning of all things and therefore, that in the beginning crated heaven and earth. in retrieving and selling the faith that we've had for 3000 years that using contemporary culture to express that which is always the call for questions. >>> how long will begin to talk about how long we think of science and religion coming together and having dialogue that's fascinating. let's go back to your book for a moment to set it took a long time how does it take to red book critic that on was 12 years and i've had a day job time in eternity published by notre dame press what to say and to the introduction >>> it's basically the question of what we have our own experience of time to remember the past and think abo
's one way to get -- if heaven is the goal -- let's assume that is for the sake of this conversation -- i don't think there is just one way to get there. i was having a conversation with that fat, phony -- >>guest: why are you being so cruel? >>imus: i don't know. with former governor mike huckabee, who is an ordained minister. i said do you believe there's only one way to get to heaven, that you have to accept jesus christ as your personal savior and yada? he said we were sitting in the studio where you are. he said if you want to get to central park, you walk out here and walk up the street. i said that's not the only way to get to central park. >>guest: you can take a cab. >>imus: you can go in another direction was the point. this may be a little above where -- that was my point. not that you could take a cab, stupid -- >>guest: if i'm going to go to heaven, i'm going to make sure i have house seats. >>imus: i meant you could walk the other way and still get to central park. you could walk any way and get to -- that had not occurred to him. any way, she's got a book called the book of
of the faith. the central figure is christ, the giver of law, seated on the throne of heaven, flanked by peter and paul. but elements of the pagan past remain. calais, the roman god of the skies, supports the floor of heaven. christ wears the robe of a greek philosopher... and his beardless, youthful face bears more than a passing resemblance to pagan images of apollo. the first great churches were variations of the roman assembly hall known as a basilica, with a central nave often ending in a semicircular apse and side aisles screened by colonnades. santa sabina, finished in 432, is a particularly fine example of these simple but elegant early christian basilicas. the roman arch appears here in yet another form, springing directly from the column capitals. the insignia of the new christianized empire, whose capital is no longer rome but constantinople, are placed with perhaps unconscious symbolism atop the corinthian columns taken from a pagan building. once reviled and persecuted, christianity is triumphant. historians havargued about the causes of the fall of the roman empire ever since it
good heavens that were for this program at this problem. but i'm trying to suggest is when we in fact do have to cut back, it's not going to be a terrible catastrophe, the nightmare scenario. to the contrary from silver lining is that it will cut back on some of these things and will give a lot more scope for entrepreneurship and freedom. >> host: what is one of those budget items you could see being cut back that could be advantageous? >> guest: well, with a book like this in a publisher like mine, it is assumed that i am a right-winger and so i want to take the food stamps. i want to abolish everything, but to me you think the low-hanging fruit first. for me the low-hanging fruit is the pentagon. there was a time when i was a conservative and i thought if you want to cut the pentagon budget committee must be some comic that is america. when you look closely come you got to understand the pentagon -- the department of defense is the only department not subject to audit. that doesn't mean that they feel the audit were good heavens look at all the the things we found. they are
the heavens. a time to be born and a time to die. a time to plant and a time to uproot. a time to kill and a time to heal. a time to tear down and a time to build up. a time to weep and a time to laugh. a time to mourn and a time to dance. a time to scatter stones and a time to gather them. a time to embrace and a time to refrain from embracing. a time to search and a time to give up. a time to keep and a time to throw away. a time to tear and a time to mend. a time to be silent and a time to speak. a time to love and a time too hate. a time for war and a time for peace. now skipping to verse 14 solomon writes: i know that everything god does will endure forever. nothing can be added to it and nothing taken from it. god does this so that his people will fear him. ken was a god-fearing man. a man that loved the lord and his family with all his heart. i remember the first time i ever went to coffee with ken, we were standing in line and we hadn't had a chance to order our cup and he whips out his fancy cell phone he said i want to show you a picture of my beautiful wife and children. and
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an oscar award-winning document arian. you did the gates of heaven which ebert called one of the greatest films ever made, the fog of war, thin blue line, a brief history of time. you have a new book called a wilderness of error, the trials of jeffrey mcdonald. okay, why a book, why not a documentary this time? >> i tried to sell this as a movie and nobody really wanted to make it. (laughter) >> stephen: that's a sad story. >> it is. >> stephen: you should make a documentary about trying to sell this movie. >> well, it might be in the works. >> stephen: okay. well, listen, okay, so this is a famous green beret murders in the early 1970s. >> february 1970. >> stephen: okay. this guy jeffrey mcdonald, he killed his wife and he killed his two children, two daughters. and he blamed it on some hippies, right. >> can i use the word allegedly. >> stephen: no, because he was found guilty. and it was appealed and it was upheld and it went to the supreme court and they did not overturn it. and in our society, we call that person guilty. >> well, let me ask you a question. do you think the courts ca
there is a season and a time to every purpose under heaven. and for america, the time has come at last. this is the time for truth, not falsehood. in a democratic nation no one likes to say that his inspiration came from secret arrangements behind closed doors. but in a sense, that is how my candidacy began. i am here as your candidate tonight in large part because during four administrations of both parties a terrible war has been charted behind closed doors. [cheers and applause] i want those doors open, and i want that war closed. [cheers and applause] [cheers and applause] and i make these pledges above all others -- the doors of government will be open, and that war will be closed! [cheers and applause] a habit of integrity, not a strategy of politics. if we nurture the habit of truth in this campaign, we will continue to be truthful once we are in the white house. [cheers and applause] let us say to americans as woodrow wilson said in his campaign of 1912, "let me inside the government, and i will tell you what is going on there." [cheers and applause] wilson believed and i belie
's something inexplicable about the powerful role music plays all around the world. ♪ the angels up in heaven done signed my name. ♪ from worship to work, from politics to play, ♪ i would like to reach out my hand. ♪ it mobilizes, it tranquilizes, it heals, and transforms. boswell is supposed to have said to dr. johnson, "i'm greatly affected by music. "some music will make me weep. "some music will make me feel so brav "i could march into the thick of a battle and not be scared of anything." johnson says dryly, "if anything could make me act so foolish, i would not have anything to do with it." [low hum and sticks clacking] [cultural music montage] (man) music has got an incredible power, presence. you know, sound is something that you can't escape when you're in its presence. [chanting and drumming] with music, there's no looking away. [spirited clarinet and guitar playing] that is part of the power of music. when you're near it, there's no escape. it can focus your attention on a particular ceremony for example. it can act as a kind of social glue that helps a ceremony to go on over
mormons go to heaven. however it assures everyone goes to heaven on different levels but all go to heaven. astonishing. he revealed president obama and his convention speech, i am shocked, what happened to bill clinton? he lets president obama edits his speech. talk about sticker shock, 50 gasoline stations in new jersey, pennsylvania hiking their prices, can you see that? $8.99, to protest what they say are unfair pricing practices for north america. charging them more than the retail market making them uncompetitive in a tightly competitive market. said that they are not available for comment, thank you very much. up next, the "a-team" is available for comments and they will. egypt, libya, obama administration, criticism from governor romney. we are coming right back. jack, you're a little boring. boring. boring. [ jack ] after lauren broke up with me, i went to the citi private pass page and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met marilyn... giada... really good. yes! [ jack ] ...and alicia. ♪ this girl is on fire [ male announcer ] use any citi card to get the benefits of priva
to heaven, the god of heaven. the storm on her forehead represents was done. in her left hand she holds the word of god. it is the geneva bible. this is the bible that predates the king james bible. they brought that with them. our forefathers believe that we must have faith in the true god of heaven and in his word. his word would give you wisdom on how to live and govern your society in a way that would be a blessing to all. her foot is set on top of a that is plymouth rock. there are four smaller statues. our forefathers believe that faith was at the top. it would be expressed if it was genuine faith in these four ways. first, it would be expressed through an internal transformation of the heart, represented by morality. morality is there, etched in granite and sitting on a chair. in her right hand she is holding the 10 commandments. and her left, the scroll of revelation. to her right is inscribed int he granite, prophet. to her left, evangelist. in our forefathers understanding, faith expresses itself not as an extra not standard of morality imposed on the people, but rather an int
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else is there? you're hardly qualified to go to heaven. i'm not aiming as high as that. can you just send me down to serve for a while with him with the hoof. well, i've heard that the suffering there is only spiritual, not at least thought to be fairly tolerable. but how this other business to end one's days with a speck of dust in someone else's body to be melted down, to be peer gynt no more? oh, that fills my soul with a revulsion. my dear peer, there's really no need to get so upset. you've never been yourself, what does it matter if you disappear? i have never been-- i could almost laugh. whenever i ever been anything but myself? no, no, button moulder, you are guessing blindly. if you would to look into my heart, you would see peer gynt and only him, no more, no less. it's impossible. i have my orders. look, it is written. "thou shall claim peer gynt. "he has defined the master's intention. he is waste and must go to the casting-ladle." i'm damned if i will. it will be fine thing if it turned out tomorrow, he meant somebody else. now, be careful, button moulder. consider the r
stuff of low prices. this is just like mecca, heaven. the dream of every great philosopher from the beginning of time to achieve something. lighter we appreciate? and don't understand it. anyway, the friend that, too. >> jeffrey tucker, you talk about the piano industry. >> yes. >> with the current debate on outsourcing going on among the highest political levels, what is your take on it? >> and plenty brought that up. that was an interesting aspects of research. i got into the piano industry when i was in the market for a piano. i heard some of these old american can has never made. they sound beautiful. orchestral the interesting instruments. totally different in the year to date. i began to listen to the piano industry. there was a piano in every home. i've gone over that in the book. it was a major part of the american economy. at some point it became the lager and economically feasible world to manufacture. they moved, you know, to japan and korea now. china is a major manufacturer of pianos, but my point, there was no panic. i don't recall anybody panicking. oh, the panels
for a spirit to as yebd to heavens this family says they'll keep the memorial growing in the -- until the child is laid to rest. >> he was killed here friday afternoon in front of the home. the 8-year-old riding a pocket cycle, a miniature motorcycle that pulled into the street. and he was run over by a large pickup truck. he was not wearing a helmet. police say the driver is cooperating with the investigation and they have not said speed is a factor neighbors say vehicles often drive down this street way too fast. >> a lot of cars come and speed. and they don't see the kids. they're like a lot of kids. >> matthew's mother and father placed balloons at the growing memorial and his mother says she's disturbed by comments accusing them of not properly supervising their child. the family says this was a tragic accident and they want to do all he can to pro vent someone frels getting injured or killed. >> talk to the counselor or district or something they would let us put a sign. or a speed bump f they don't pay for it, our family will. >> they say they want to get the speed bumps or signs set up
, queen of heaven and earth. i wanted to say a few words about anana. this is the oldest literary work that we have. these are the cuniform tablets that were excavated in the late 1880's and early 1890's by the university of pennsylvania. tens of thousands of fragments of cuniform fragments. the story of anana starts in her adolescence. it travels through her journey as a queen and a goddess, and much of her story is devoted to the love, a very
and armstrong's friend spoke at service. >> and as you soar through the heavens, beyond where even eagles dare to go, you can now finally put out your hand and touch the face of god. farewell, my friend. you have left us far too soon. >> although neil armstrong is from ohio, by his qrks he will be bur -- his request, he will be buried at sea tomorrow. >> arm strong's family had a private service for him on august 21st in cincinnati, ohio. >>> the orioles picked up a big win. we just showed you the highlights. it may have taken longer than usual. manny machado drove in adam jones. the excitement over the team is so infectious that kids were ditching school to see their team in action. >> yes. just don't tell their teachers. but i had to. we're in first place. it's a great time to come down to the ballpark. >> i feel so great. i love the orioles, the ravens. this city is charged up. >> the hero of the day, the 20-year-old rookie. tonight manny machado. next, the orioles are headed out to oakland to play the oakland a's. >>> you are inside wycliff jewelers where four lucky fans will be flying up,
is the kingdom of heaven." those are the familiar opening lines from the beatitudes, or jesus's first sermon. but we're actually standing on the spot where jesus gave that sermon - an amazing case here. what does this tell us about the religious impulse, the development of key ideas, sacred scripture, and how they work to draw people into a major world religion like christianity? let's just take one point here. one of our key opening points, in terms of the fundamental religious impulse - identity and relationship - think again: identity - who we are; relationship - what's our relationship to the world around us? let's just take a couple of the beatitudes and listen to them not from a faith community perspective, but from the perspective of that religious impulse and how jesus, as he's drawing together a new group of people, and planting the seeds for a new world religion that will become christianity, this is what he must do to redefine identity and relationship. once again, "blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven" - a self-emptying, a different kind of feel fro
favorites. when my husband found the chocolate one, we were in cereal heaven. the only problem is, with so many great flavors, you're making it very hard to choose. your fans, the mcgregor family. 'cause we love chex. ♪ [ male announcer ] and now try new gluten free apple cinnamon chex. in with different because it's not a pain grain you like a dinner within hiing walhalla hand >> does is so fun video shot by students last february. we received a copy from an attorney but agreed not to show the faces of the kids. she is representing the 13 year-old boy on the floor covered by chairs. >> it was a teacher bled bullying incidents of epic for portions. she says the boy and his family are all traumatize under what happened under supervision of the teacher. >> the teacher called to in the belly and put his bottom and the boy's face sank, he felt gassy. he had a pill on the boy's face and he could not bring for several seconds. he had his own shop -- stocks shoved in his knocked. >> after an internal investigation a teacher was suspended for 10 days and reassigned as a substitute for th
when you speak sweet to us. good heavens, it is pime that want to kill us. >> it is september and the school system kick indeed full gear in the country except in chicago. teachers strikes have forced 350,000 students out of their classrooms this week. tichers feel beaten down in the count reap and feel beaten down because was test rather than teacher driven policy and spike in poverty yedemand on them to do more with less and blame them when it doesn't work out. that is what created all of the frustration on the pickit line. >> i am for teachers and i never want to have anything i say interperted they didn't appreciate that we wouldn't do what they give if they gave us a pistol and whip and authority. and it is it a tough job. i wouldn't be where i am today without wonderful teacher public school system. my sister has been a teacher for 35 years. this is not loving and appreciating and honoring teep ares. in chicago. average teacher makes $79,000. and average person in chicago makes $40,000 the city offered 16 percent raise. and they wanted 30 pay increase. do you look at a 3
for the president to talk about. it's also a real clear contrast with governor romney who said we should move heaven and earth to find osama bin laden. drawing a real contract between the two approaches of the two of them. >> eliot: borris, i can see that you want to rebut that. >> it is over the line to argue just because this president made that call and pulled the trigger and got osama bin laden through the seal team six that mitt romney would not have done so. >> those were his words. >> there is no evidence at all that mitt romney would not have done the same thing, and president bush spent along time going after for a long time. >> that's not true. he said he didn't think about him very much. >> that's not true. he read his books. >> i'm going by what he said. >> i think a lot of people on the obama team will say a lot of policies that are in place now were put there by bush. two, margie is right. had president obama done well in the polls on foreign policy? he has. but not on economy. >> eliot: margie, let me build on your point. i think you're not only actually right, but al-qaida has been d
he said -- he said it's not worth moving had heaven and earth and spending billions of dollars just to catch one person. if you understood that america's heart had to be healed, you would have done exactly what the president did. you would move heaven and earth to hunt him down. >> and president barack obama went after his opponent in a more subtle way, talking about mitt romney's foreign policy experience. >> they want to take us back to an era of blustering and blunterring that cost america so dearly. russia or number 1 enemy, not al-qaeda, but russia, unless you are still stuck in a cold war. you might not be ready for diplomacy with beijing, without insulting our closest ally. >> probably his best joke of the night. more heels coming up at 6:00. >> all right. thank you. she is live in the satellite center this morning. >>> well, a scandal for football powerhouse. the "washington post" is reporting five football teaches were thrown off of the team. according to the parents, the players hired prostitutes in virginia last weekend. >>> the washington, d.c. department of health is r
, he said it's not worth moving heaven and earth and spending billions of dollars just to catch one person. if you understand that america's heart had to be healed, you would have done exactly what the president did and you would move heaven and earth to hunt him down. >> well, president barack obama also went after his opponent, but in a much more sebtle way. the most firing mom when he came talking about mitt romney's foreign policy experience. listen to this. >> they want take us back to an era of blustering and blundering that cost america so dearly. after all, you don't get russia or number 1 enemy, not al- qaeda, but russia, unless you are still stuck in a cold war. you might not be ready for diplomacy in beijing, if you cannot visit the olympics without insulting our closest ally. [ applause ] >> it made my husband laugh so loud that he woke me up. one of the more memorable moments of the night. now, the conventions are over and we are two months away from the general elections. two months. 60 to 61 days. crazy. >> 17,000 commercials. thank you. . >>> ann romney will campaign
. if you wanted to go to heaven, you can darn well find a plan to be in the heavens. when no one said no. as if we didn't know. economic gains back then. we did. we just didn't let that stop us or slow us. or deter us. we didn't let it be desperate that is what i remember. we officially say goodbye to a legend on this day. we quit acting legendary. >> we are broke as far as monetarily and leaders. we had a bold person with john kennedy and heroes that stepped up. we still have heroes, but we don't have a bold person in politics. we had john kennedy do a good job. [talking over each other] [talking over each other] neil: he did not when he didn't have nearly the debt we do have now. >> there is no doubt that our debt is hampering what we can do worldwide. we are the only empire in the history of the world that controls allport ocean spray a lot of countries don't have to build like we do. i don't think that nasa has shared the plans. neil: we are going to let wicked liz macdonald talk to him. neil armstrong and his interview. >> a mars mission with people, 12 to 15 years. that is our aspi
he is with allah celebrating in a host of heaven. now he can go to paradise without judgment because he became for given as a messiah. he is being led by allah and with every version there are 72 other versions. mohammed is in a good place. she put her hands to her lips and shouted with a shout. she celebrated her son's wedding into the heavens. everybody came to bring gifts the second day. from their my life started changing. i started working for whoever paid the best to advance islamist. saddam hussein pays better money than anybody else. he was very generous until i met like a father to me. in the desert over there they would send a host of training camps. these training camps for trimming socialist terrorists from irish republic, what ever from all over the world. we would train them how to kill him how to establish civilization jihad, how to start. this is what they were doing. this was my resume, and i am only a teenager now. i should be an ambassador i guess. they recruited me and now going somewhere with the saudis and took me to this place and paying good money case in debt
personnel during that time, cliff taylor from johnson county and constable brian bachman. heaven has been celebrating since each of those arrivals. brian and i both met when we are running for respective office. neither of us ran before, and even though we came from different backgrounds we formed a great friendship. following our victories, we remained great friends. each time we were together at various events, we always picked up our conversations where we had left off at the prior events. most of the time we would tease each other. the last time i talked to brian the thursday before he was called home by god. we were volunteers at a food bank feast of caring and teased each other again and began saying i must not be very good politician, because i was already having to run again for office to which i replied, really? from what i've seen, you are the reason we need term elements. following that conversation, we went back to cleaning tables and serving food. i never appreciated the fact that i wouldn't see him on this earth again. this is the brian that i knew, the friendly and always s
're testing me. >> it would be good if you knew this. >> no, no. you found me out. >> oh, good heavens. magna carta literally means great chart. >> he ruined it. i was going to ask you. be honest. >> magna carta, because i'm slightly older than david cameron so i learned latin in school. >> you would have known? >> well, by the way he learned latin in school. let me tell you, there is nothing worse than being on these types of shows -- i used to get -- i would never get nervous about, you know, certain level of apprehension about doing let's say, with you i was always nervous because i never knew where you were going to go, but the ordinary political interview, whenever you went on one of these chat shows or programs like that, you were taking your life in your hands. >> you have sympathy for mr. cameron? >> i'm afraid i have total sympathy. >> would you have known who ruled britannia? >> no. i know i should, by the way. was it vaughn williams or something? i literally don't know. >> your sympathy is -- >> my sympathy is totally with him. and i have been in that situation myself. the only way
have a 4-year-old daughter and a 16-year-old son and their daddy is in heaven. this gentleman cannot even lawfully be with his own life because of political smearing. it means to stop. we care about what happens in the communities. someone that has a strong hand in law enforcement because they care. god bless. [applause] >> good afternoon. i am a citizen and i have been teaching at san francisco state for 16 years. the first time i met ross he said to me, you are not very politically involved out, are you? and i said, not really. i like to teach my students about the process. >> we talk about spin. we look at euphemisms and that kind of thing. my children, though, are more politically active than i am. they got caught up in the campaign. during that campaign, i got to meet all of the constituents from all over san francisco, men and women from all sorts of economic and educational backgrounds and from all sorts of causes and grouped and to a person, they were behind ross because of what he did, not because of what he said, but because of how he changed their lives. i became a pretty
will be buried at sea off the desk of a u.s. aircraft carrier. >>> and speaking of heavens, several areas, people waking up to a strange and beautiful sight this morning. people in mexico, nevada, colorado even, saw this, turns out it was a missile fired in a test to shoot down another missile. and it all left a beautiful kind of swirling trail in the morning sky. >>> well, drink up while you can, new yorkers, drink those large beverages free of government intervention while there is still time, because the city board of health approved mayor michael bloomberg's ban of sugary beverages over 16 ounces. the first soft-drink ban of its kind in the nation. the mayor called it a first step in curing obesity. critics say it is harming personal choice. unless a judge derails it, new yorkers have just six months to drink freely. after that they will have to smuggle in drinks from new jersey. >>> and coming up, a big outing for one of the most closely watched women in the world.. >>> great britain's duchess, kate middleton, took another step forward on the stage today with what was her first official spee
, tied it at 6-6. then the heavens opened. the second rain delay of the match. all andy could do was laugh. they'll continue today with roddick up 1-0 for a set tie break. that's your early look at sports on "early today." i'm fred roggin. >>> well, snooki's baby is a cover boy, and tomorrow night's headache over viewing choices is cured. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, no, it's not halloween. no, these guys aren't nuts. they're actually doing something heroic. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today" on this wednesday morning. a little bit of moisture, clouds and a slight chance of a shower including san francisco. we are going to be sunny and warm all of the portions of the northwest and inner mountain northwest. beautiful. heating it up to the 80s by thursday. dry, wonderful, beautiful stretch, it continues. >>> if you're watching us on kndo 23 on jackyakima, washingt head over heels over heels. the yakima valley museum. >> a girl can dream. a girl can dream. >>> all right. now here's an early look at this mornin
to explain why that reform actually helps the middle class. >> thank heavens obama did that. romney has to step up to the plate. i tell you, i think the table has been set for a romney victory. tell you why, barack obama's approve/disapprove has been 48, 48. >> or lower. >> he's basically flat-lined. nothing in the debate suggested it would raise. and nothing in the convention suggested he's going to do that and now up to mitt romney to make the case for the 2%. >> and what vulnerabilities if the democrats for romney, he has to address. >> i think touch on foreign policy. >> paul: really? >> i think that something the at the democratic convention successfully did, the tributes to the troops were quite moving and quite effective and i think that obama does want to talk about foreign policy. and i ended the war in iraq, bringing home the troops in afghanistan, i killed bin laden, and he says throw that-- >> how does romney do that, sounding presidential and sounding confident on the issue? and doesn't want to debate on afghanistan. >> no, he doesn't. the fact of the matter is, the war is
that people only thought they would reach the heavens in the afterlife. then came the space program and neil armstrong. he may have made a giant leap for mankind, but his friends say he thought he was just doing his job. >> i think he, indeed, had been put on earth to fly. remember his reply when somebody asked him what it was like to walk on the moon? well, he said, "you know, pilots relief for her -- pilots really prefer to fly." that's neil armstrong. >> ♪ fly me to the moon and let me play among the stars ♪ >> one of the cathedral's stained-glass windows is a tribute to the apollo 11 mission. in bed with bennett, a tiny moon rocks more than 3 billion -- in vetted -- embedded in it, tiny moon rocks more than 3 billion years old. >> david scott flew with neil armstrong on july 9 8, for -- on gemini 8. >> he is the standard. we know how to look up to somebody, how it should be done. >> the eagle has landed. >> the enormity of neil armstrong's legacy is best explained by the man himself. >> it's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> bbc news, washington. >> neil armstron
ceremony. twin beams of light swim to the heavens over lower manhattan still in the sky near where the world trade center once said the annual tribute marks the 11th anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks. >>> from washington d.c. teaching still pennsylvania to new york city bells tolled tears flowed and those who were lost in the september 11th attacks or remembered. data miss years in the day that goes by that i don't think of the level be so much in i wish her here. at ground zero thousands of families gathered to hear the names of those who died in the world trade center it was a smaller crowd than in previous years will lead to the officials spoke. this is a family affair. for us september 11th to the world stops. the loss of your brothers tim and john grasso and the world trade center. >>> today was much more comforting in the sense the knew they were surrounded by family who understood your pain. it's a different kind of pain is in them in this matter then any other way. it has been a tradition since it was for his part on six months after the terror attacks those it ca
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